New issue of /encatcSCHOLAR is available!

New issue of /encatcSCHOLAR is available!

ENCATC has published this December issue #8 of /encatcSCHOLAR. The monographic publication dedicated to the theme of “The question of culture in Europe’s refugee crisis”. This issue is composed of articles, exclusive interviews, case studies, reports and more.

It opens with an editorial written by ENCATC Secretary General, GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens and to set the context for the issue, the Proceedings are published on the ENCATC Academy, “The question of culture in Europe’s refugee crisis” that was held in Brussels from 27-28 March 2017.

There are also two interviews with artists who have been working with refugees. The first is with Mezzo-soprano Cornelia Lanz who was interviewed by ENCATC member, Raphaela Henze from Heilbronn University. The second is with Márcio Carvalho, a Portuguese visual artist and an independent art curator, interviewed by Ana Sécio from Head of communication of EMERGE, Cultural Association.

Next there are three Case Analysis. The first is by ENCATC member, Henrik Zipsane on ”Somebody should make the first move! Intercultural dialogue at Jamtli museum”. The second, “Displaced in Media”, is by Lucas Tello from ZEMOS98 which is working to build infrastructure to support participation of young refugees through media. The third is by Matina Magkou from the University of Deusto on “Hotel Transit – On urban spaces, homes on the move and co-existence of communities”.

The Angles section has a contribution from Marina Clauzet from ENCATC member institution, the University of Barcelona on “Refugees and art – How arts can integrate and support social inclusion of refugees”.

Finally, there is a Profile and Case Analysis on “Art, research, and intervention: writing and working towards imagined futures beyond the “refugee crisis” by Erin E. Cory, from Malmö University, a member of ENCATC.

Launched in 2013, /encatcSCHOLAR is an online publication designed to be a unique tool for education and lifelong learning on arts and cultural management and policy. It was born to satisfy the growing demand for the latest teaching material from academics, researchers, cultural operators and students in over 40 countries around the world.


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